- hot deals. Baker, John F. // Publishers Weekly;10/6/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 40, p11
Presents news briefs on the publishing industry as of October 6, 2003. Details of the book deal between editor Carole DeSanti and scholar Judith Lindbergh; Information on the book "The Miracle of St. Anthony: A Season With Bob Hurley and Basketball's Most Improbable Dynasty," by Adrian...
- Cry, The Beloved Country // Magill Book Reviews;
This account of racism in South Africa is both a hymn of praise to the natural beauty of a country whose people are subjected to an ugly social system and a testament to the potential good in humankind. The stylistic originality infuses the narrative with strength and conviction.
- Translating English terms of address in Cry, the Beloved Country into Zulu. Ndlovu, Victor; Kruger, Alet // South African Journal of African Languages;May98, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p50
Presents an article which examined and compared the translation strategies used by author C.L.S. Nyembezi in the book, `Lafa Elihle Kakhulu,' in order to translate the different forms of address used by the English Zulu characters in author Alan Paton's novel, `Cry, the Beloved Country.' ...
- Literary notables. // Literary Cavalcade;Oct98, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p46
Presents several books in the United States. `The Naked and the Dead,' by Norman Mailer; `Cry, the Beloved Country,' by Alan Paton; `Cybernetics, or Control and Communication in Man and Machine,' by Norbert Wiener.
- Paperback Bestsellers. // Publishers Weekly;10/13/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 41, p90
Presents a list of paperback bestsellers as of October 13, 2003, including "Four Blind Mice," by James Patterson and "Cry, the Beloved Country," by Alan Paton.
- `A corridor shut at both ends': Admonition and impasse in Van der Post's In a Province and.... Medalie, David // English in Africa;Oct98, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p93
Analyzes the books `In a Province,' by Laurens van der Post and `Cry, the Beloved County,' by Alan Paton. Depiction of a young rural man corrupted by the city in the novels; Treatment of urban black culture; Rhetorical devices used in the novels; Presentation of urban politics; Representation...
- Bio-trash. Tonkin, Boyd // New Statesman & Society;8/12/94, Vol. 7 Issue 315, p40
Discusses Peter F. Alexander's biography of Alan Paton, author of the book `Cry, the Beloved Country.' Alexander's view on biography writing.
- Alan Paton on the Monitor. // Christian Science Monitor;11/25/98 Supplement Anniversary, Vol. 91 Issue 1, p13
Presents reprint of an article in the October 3, 1983 issue of `The Christian Science Monitor' in which Alan Paton, author of the book `Cry the Beloved Country,' explains his admiration and respect for the `Monitor.'
- `Considered as a social record': A reassessment of Cry, the Beloved Country. Foley, Andrew // English in Africa;Oct98, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p63
Assesses the value and significance of the novel `Cry, the Beloved County,' by Alan Paton. Depiction of problems in the South African society; Appraisal of the possibilities for the country's restoration on a number of different levels; Plot of the novel; Quality of Paton's thought as a social...